Mother marsupial frogs such as Gastrotheca monticola (pictured) from northern Peru brood e...

Six unusual super mums of the natural world

Mother marsupial frogs such as Gastrotheca monticola (pictured) from northern Peru brood eggs in a pouch on their back and the froglets emerge from her pouch to begin life on their own

rhamphotheca:  “ Horned Marsupial Frog (Gastrotheca cornuta)  (text via AMNH)  Marsupial frogs protect their babies on the go. The male catches the eggs as the female lays them and deposits them into a special pouch on the female’s back. He fertilizes...

It is an arboreal species found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Panama. Its natural habitats are tropical moist lowland forests and montane cloud forests.

Brachycephalus ephippium

Pumpkin toddler (Brachycephalus pitanga) from Brazil’s Atlantic Forest. Although males sing, females are unable to hear them. Photo by Sandra Goutte.

Poi divento azzurro baciami

Vietnamese Mossy Frog - definitely in the running for World's Ugliest Animal!

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Photographer Lessy Sebastian has taken these images of frogs in his back garden in Jakarta, Indonesia. Picture: Lessy Sebastian/Barcroft Media (via Beautiful Frogs - Telegraph)

Grenouilles (11) itty bitty froggy

The Monte Iberia eleuth (Eleutherodactylus iberia) is a small eleutherodactylid frog endemic to eastern Cuba. It is the smallest living frog in the Northern Hemisphere, about 10 mm in) in snout–vent length.It is the third-smallest frog in the world

Frog ballet..does anyone else think this is weird?

A Frog Dancing Ballet – Amazing Pictures - Amazing Travel Pictures with Maps for All Around the World

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Funny pictures about Two happy frogs joking around. Oh, and cool pics about Two happy frogs joking around. Also, Two happy frogs joking around.

This tropical amphibian is a blue-thighed rain frog (Pristimantis crucifer). This one was photographed in the Reserva Rio Bravo in Mindo, Ecuador. The species is considered threatened by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).   photo credit: Andreas Kay

Photo: Tropical rain frog has a nubby body

This tropical amphibian is a blue-thighed rain frog (Pristimantis crucifer). This one was photographed in the Reserva Rio Bravo in Mindo, Ecuador.

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